No, other than for Bank Holidays when the minimum stay is three nights.
Caravans and tents are welcome to arrive from 10am on the day of your booking.
We don’t ask you to leave by a certain time on your last day, you’re welcome to stay as late as you wish. However, on Bank Holidays we may ask you to leave by midday.
Yes, absolutely, but please ask us for a block if you're using a disposable BBQ to avoid marking the grass.
No, they are all on grass.
No, but please let us know if you're in a very large tent.
Yes, people regularly do.
We do offer free Wifi access to all our guests. It is not the fastest internet service, especially when the site is busy, so we advise downloading your favourite Netflix series before you leave home.
We have a coin operated large washing machine and tumble dryer in a separate laundry room.
Yes, bikes and scooters are very welcome.
There are some fantastic pubs and restaurants in Ryedale to suit all budgets and tastes. Our local pub, the Dawney Arms, does good pub food and is family friendly with a big beer garden. The Coachman Inn at Snainton, only a few miles away, is a lovely old pub which serves excellent Turkish food. Malton, our local town is fast becoming the food capital of Yorkshire and hosts monthly food markets and a large food festival at the August Bank Holiday. Florios is our favourite family Italian and we strongly recommend booking. The Talbot is a beautifully renovated hotel, bar and restaurant with really good food and lovely outdoor seating. The New Malton (will also need booking) is a really good Bistro. Roost Coffee is excellent and will satisfy even the most particular coffee snobs. Also in the Talbot Yard Food Court is the outstanding Florian Poirot, Master Patissier, and his cakes and macarons are quite simple as good as you can get. There are a handful of lovely cafes and delis in Malton, Malton Relish being our favourite for lovely quiche, sandwiches and cold meats (with a cool antiques shop above).
If you want to treat yourself then head to Harome (about 40 minutes drive), where you’ll find the beautiful The Star Inn (with 1 Michelin Star) and just down the road in the village, the equally exceptional The Pheasant.